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. >> bob, it was 1975. i was sitting by an agent of the f.b.i. that i had come to know over time. we were talking about the warren commission and whether there had been any new information that was discovered. he told me that oswald had come to the dallas office of the f.b.i., had left a threatening note several days before the assassination, and that that note had been flushed-- that is to say, had been destroyed. >> schieffer: how did that come about? how did you-- what did you find out about how the note came to be destroyed? and do you know what was on the note? >> i did not know precisely what was on the note. the work that diwith a great deal of cooperation, incidentally, from then-f.b.i. director clarence kelly showed the note had been been a threatening note, threatening to ploa up the dallas office of the f.b.i., the building, if the agents did not cease trying toirnt view oswald's wife, marina. >> schieffer: we know, of course, they had been in contact with both marina and lee harvey oswald because he had defected to the soviet union, and she was, of course, a russian national.
security. an fbi special agent in charge of intelligence of former u.s. ambassador to pakistan, and a senior of aclu attorney took part at event hosted by the rand corporation in california. this is just over an hour. >> now, let me introduce the speakers. i won't tell -- you have to figure out who they are. they are not seated yet. it's a great topic and a great panel. henry willis is one of the young stars of the organization will moderate. he's both a senior analyst and professor at the party rand graduate school. that's him on the far end. he's an e pert on risk analysis. a risk analysis decision technique caused a wide range of issue and most recently testified before congress applying it to homeland security issues. next is rafael george garcia. the special agency in charge of the intelligence division in los angeles. mr. bill lewis was unable to participate. and we are glad that george can representative the fbi tonight. he worked in various capacity with the fbi since 1995. focusing on intelligence, counterterrorism, and wmentd wmd. his work has taken him, obviously, to
found dead inside a gym mat. the fbi is now investigating whether kendrick johnson was murdered, or if it was a tragic accident. >>> and the turnout strong in boston. thousands are packing the streets for parades celebrating the world champion red sox. >>> a disturbing picture is coming together for the man who burst into the los angeles airport, shooting several tsa officers, and killing one. the fbi says he is paul anthony ciancia, and he was carrying materials, including an anti-tsa rant and a reference to a new world order, according to a federal law enforcement official. when shots were fired, people in terminal 3 ran for their lives yesterday. cell phone video obtained by tmz shows the chaos as officers yelled at people to get down. >> clear? on the floor! on the floor! on the floor now! on the floor! >> go, go, go! >> on the floor! >> come on, you guys. >> go, go! [ alarm sounding ] go, go! [ sirens ] [ bleep ] this is crazy, dog. >> and there you see, without recitation, people taking off, running for their lives in terminal 3 at l.a.x. the scene stunning and terrifyin
by the fbi, led by george venzalos in new york. today the fbi represented by april brooks, in charge of the criminal division. i want to thank george and april for their dedication and for the dedication of their teams, fbi agents, notably doug left, dave shav and kathy diskin and matthew callahan, bj kank, james hinkle and matthew thorson for their incredibly hard work and assistan assistance. we wouldn't be here but for all their dedication and hard work and also want to thank the many staff attorneys at the securities and exchange commission at the enforcement division with whom we've worked closely on so many aspects of this investigation and coordinated nicely with them as we always do. i want to thank and acknowledge the dedicated career prosecutors to my right who have made today possible ar lo brown, antonio apps and john zac, they're handling the prosecution on the criminal side. also christine magdo and mikea smith for their work on the forfeiture assets of the case and sharon cohen levin. let me take just a couple of minutes to go through and talk about the particulars of
terrorized passengers at l.a.x. the fbi digging for a motive, looking into why they say paul ciancia shot three tsa agents, killing one. >>> a strong turnout in boston. more than 1 million strong celebrating the red sox's big world series win. fans also paying tribute to the resilience of the marathon bombing survivors. >>> and buckle up. an airline is putting a new spin on those preflight safety instructions. >>> a major investigation under way at the los angeles international airport a day after a gunman burst in and killed a tsa officer. here's what we know today. tsa administrator john pistole is on his way to los angeles today. he is expected to meet with the family of killed tsa officer gerardo hernandez and others. right now l.a.x. is open, but no flights are leaving from terminal 3 where the shooting happened. a tweet from the airport says people who left things in that terminal yesterday can now get them at the ticket counter. >>> and we're also learning more about the suspected shooter, paul ciancia. according to a law enforcement official, he was carrying materials including an
cases. >>> the fbi looks for a motivate for the shooting at the los angeles international airport. many who knew him describe the suspect as a loaner. erica ferrari reports. >> reporter: a picture snapped of terrified passengers hiding in a bathroom stall while a gunman open fired. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia startinged transportation security agents. >> he made a conscious decision tto kill multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: he also shot two others, both who are recovering. the fourth victim, a passenger, was hit in the leg. moments before the attack the police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan. a criminal complaint filed saturday in federal court said that he had a duffle bag containing a smith and wesson assault rifle, and at least five magazine seen full of ammo as ws a letter addressed to the tsa directly. classmates were stunned at the news. >> he was always a shy guy. he kept to himself. he walked around by himself. he didn't talk to anybody at all. >> ciancia's former roommate paints a similar picture of the out of work
. police and fbi have been searching for evidence and now they're looking for suspects. let's get to a reporter for our station wtxf, fox in philadelphia, who is live this afternoon. what's the latest there? >> reporter: the fbi now says they're looking for four suspects. witnesses say they were wearing halloween masks and carrying tech 9 semi-automatic machine pistols when they held up an armored car driver in the northeast section of philadelphia. in ten seconds they grabbed money off a hand cart, forced the guard to the group. jumped in a green plymouth voyager and took off down franklin avenue. they ditched the car a half mile from here in a neighborhood. residents saw four or five men running from the vehicle, wearing black hooded sweatshirts, and ran to another vehicle which we're told is a pontiac boston veil and sped away. the fbi agents have been scouring the bank, nearby businesses for surveillance video, and they have been in the neighborhood where there are a number of homes with private surveillance cameras. they're looking for video of the suspects, possibly without
of anyone who investigated death. the fbi, who i believe is the finest investigative agency in the world, is cooperating with us in our efforts. should sufficient information be developed to warrant a criminal civil rights investigation i will ask the fbi to open civil rights or any other appropriate criminal investigation. as the united states attorney and within the confines of the appropriate federal jurisdiction, i will follow the facts wherever, wherever they lead. my objectives to discover the truth and i believe that can only be done by gathering all of the evidence and relevant information surrounding mr. johnson's death. i am committed to doing everything in my power to answer the questions that exist in this case or as many of them as we can. now, as those of you who have covers the department of justice before or covers my office before know, we do not typically comment on pending investigations. because this is now an ongoing investigation by my office, i'm not going to take questions at this time. going forward, i will not be making any public comments about this matter unti
by the fbi led by george here in new york. today the fbi is represented by april brooks, special agent in charge of the division. i want to thank them for their dedication and for the dedication of their teams of fbi agents, notably supervisors. and also special agents. for their hard work and assistance. we would not be there for the dedication and hard work. i also want to thank the attorneys commission working so closely on so many different aspects of this investigation coordinated nicely with them as we always do. i especially want to thank and acknowledge the dedicated career prosecutors to my right who have made it possible. they are handling the prosecution on the criminal side and their chiefs, also christine and smith for the aspect of the case as well as their chief of asset. so let me take just a couple of minutes to go through and talk about the particulars of today's agreement with the sac capital companies. let me first make clear what we are announcing today that the government and the defendants have reached an agreement with one another. it is now for the court to ind
chat rooms. the u.n. and fbi claim that at any one time there are around three quarters of a million people looking for online sex with children. this is ngo not about entrapment but telling the world how easy it is to find pedophiles online. >> they volunteer everything they gave to us they volunteered. and our main concern our main worry is that the same will happen to this phenomenon that has happened to child pornography. a million billion dollar industry, to criminal gangs and the fbi say they have lost the war. >> filtered on to local authorities. the victims may be in the philippines but this ngo says the perpetrators are all over the world and it will take international efforts to stop them. al jazeera amsterdam. >>> the latest from europe but now back to david in dacca. >> the suspects are somali nationals accused of being in kenya illegally. represented by a lawyer, and the me is not guilty. and the plea is not guilty. >> armed group boca haran, at least 70 people have been killed in three separate attacks. in the lathest strike at least 27 people were shot dead and 300 hom
, no less than the fbi, is actively working to get an answer to that question, too. >> no justice. >> reporter: after months of rallies and protests, an announcement that the family of kendrick johnson hopes will lead to what they cnsider to be justice. >> at this time, however, i am of the opinion that a base exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: u.s. attorney michael moore supported by the fbi will soon head to valdosta, georgia to conduct a federal investigation into the death of 1-year-old kendrick johnson. >> i will follow the facts wherever -- wherever they lead. my objective is to discover the truth. >> hallelujah! >> thank you, jesus. >> thank you, jesus! >> reporter: kendrick's grandmother watched at announcement on a portable tv on the street corner where the family continues its eight-month sit-in, demanding answers. >> i'm so happy and i know we trust in the lord and we just had been down here rallying for 32 weeks for nothing. >> reporter: the johnson family never believed
under which he got the information. >> reporter: snowden also has his supporters. >>> the fbi held a ceremony to honor its new director. he said he wished his mother could see him now. >> she snapped over the shades every single mother and said, rise and shine and show the world what you're made of. i found it less inspiring at the time, but it made us who we are. and i will never forget that. >> come was the number two official when the nsa's wiretapping program came up for renewal. then attorney general ashrcroft was hospitalized at the time. he became fbi director last month. >>> a local baseball hero and a special tribute to his hometown petaluma and the 707 area code in sonoma county. >>> in two minutes the next hurdle to keep b.a.r.t. trains moving. we'll ask b.a.r.t. workers if they'll approve the deal. >>> new video from hayward. tonight the building on jackson and graham street are boarded up and the 10 people who live there were not allowed to return. a ford mustang crashed through a bedroom wall at around 3:00 this afternoon. the good news is nobody was hurt. officials s
the information. >> reporter: snowden also has his supporters. >>> the fbi held a ceremony to honor its new director. he said he wished his mother could see him now. >> she snapped over the shades every single mother and said, rise and shine and show the world what you're made of. i found it less inspiring at the time, but it made us who we are. and i will never forget that. >> come was the number two official when the nsa's wiretapping program came up for renewal. then attorney general ashrcroft was hospitalized at the time. he became fbi director last month. >>> a local baseball hero and a special tribute to his hometown petaluma and the soon, californians from to salinas to san diego will have equal access to quality health insurance. those who need financial assistance will get it. and nobody will be denied because of a pre-existing condition. welcome to a new state of health. welcome to covered california. we are your health insurance marketplace. enroll today at coveredca.com. >>> new video from hayward. tonight the building on jackson and graham street are boarded up and the 10 peopl
called in the fbi to assist his office in the investigation and to get answers to several basic questions in the teen's january death. >> first, what was the cause of mr. johnson's death? second, was mr. johnson's death the result of a crime? third, if mr. johnson's death was the result of a crime, who committed that crime? >> reporter: kendrick's parents never believed the local sheriffs explanation kendrick suffocated after squeezing his 19-inch shoulders into the 14-inch opening of a gym mat to reach his shoe in the middle of a school day. they spoke with wolf blitzer moments after the announcement. >> i believe indeed that he was murdered. >> do you have any idea who may have murdered him? >> no, i don't. that's what we want to get down to the truth sq. >> the only question we want to know is why are they covering up for who killed their son. >> reporter: it made the johnsons suspicious, including why these shoes found yards from kendrick's body were not collected as evidence and how this bloodstain ended up on the whole wal and why they never found whose blood it was and the state's
the fbi that osama bin laden was hiding in a compound in pakistan back in 2003. lee is a gem merchant and says he got the information from a pakistan intelligence agent who's family had done business with lee for decades. >>> an angry letter to the thief that stole a bicycle inspired the generosity of strangers. oki fraray is a student who works 40 hours a week and spent her hard earned money on a new bicycle that was quickly stolen. she was so mad she wrote a letter to the thief and taped it flexion to the empty bike rack. >> i worked and i saved money. i have to pay my rent and i have to eat. i was struggling to do this. it was the one nice thing that i bought. >> reporter: the bike was her only means of transportation but the good part is the photos of the letters spread on the internet and several people have now offered to replace her wheels. she says if she ends up with a new bike and gets her other one back she will donate one of them to a deserving individual. >>> large numbers of star fish suddenly dying. it's a disturbing trend scientists first started seeing in canada then
.s. attorney michael moore said he would review kendrick johnson's death with the aid of the fbi. the fbi is also launched a probe of the police killing of 13- year-old andy lopez in santa rosa, california who was shot dead last month after a sheriffs deputy mistook the pellet gun he was caring for an assault rifle. the florida city where trayvon martin was shot dead by neighborhood watch volunteered george zimmerman is banning neighborhood watch members from carrying guns. new rules due to be announced bar week will also volunteers from pursuing people they deem suspicious. zimmerman was accused of racially profiling the unarmed teenager and following him before shooting him dead. a jury acquitted zimmerman in july. to0 three-year-old activist surrender to u.s. immigration authorities as part of a protest calling for reform and a halt to record deportations has been deported to mexico. rocio hernandez perez was brought to the united states by her parents at the age of four. she was one of the so-called dream 30 who crossed into laredo, texas in september. the dream 30 took action after a
they supposed to do. >> with this secret clearance there's an fbi check done. we get the fbi data base and the fbi reveals arrests it frequently doesn't reveal the dispositions of cases hangedded at the state and local level. the fbi record revealed that mr. alexis had been charged and arrested for what was called malicious mischief. and under the existing standards, our job or the job of the contractor in this case was to go out and find out what the dispositions of the charge. and find out more information about the charge. some have questioned now why opm investigators did not go get a police report. well, the reason the police report was not obtained was because they have different rules about what they supply to us. and in this case, we had experience with seattle, seattle did not provide police reports. and they have their own good reason. i'm sure. but so what we were referred to by the seattle was this state data base. the state of washington, their court records. that's where we went. and that reveal that mr. alexis was charge but the charges were not -- >> i appreciate i'm ov
. with the secret clearance is there is an f.b.i. check. we get the f.b.i. database and they reveal arrests. it does not reveal the disposition of cases that are handled at the state and local level. and so the f.b.i. record revealed that mr. alexis had been charged and arrested for what was called malicious mischief and under the existing standards, our job or the job of the contractor, in this case, was to go out and find out what the disposition of that charge was and to find out more information about the charge. now, some have questioned now why o.p.m.'s investigators did not go get a police report. well, the reason that a police report was not obtained was because, you know, there were like 1,700 localities, law enforcement jurisdictions. they all have different rules about what they're going to supply to us. in this case, we had experience with seattle. seattle did not provide police reports and they have their own good reasons, i'm sure. but -- so what we were referred to by seattle was the state database. the state of washington, their court records and that's where we went. that revealed t
. all we need to do is associate a number and give that to the fbi and let them deal with that. this is a hugely important point that you brought up, because i think it is important for the american people to understand that we are not collecting the contents of their e-mail or their phones. we are not listening to that. you see that coming around. we don't have that information, nor do we collect that. we have what is in the business record of fisa and what is authorized under a fisa court weren't. -- war and. warant. and is a huge point, think a lot of people assume that because we can, we are. but the fact is this system has tremendous oversight and controls. it is focused. and if we make a mistake, even a transition, we report it. and we have not seen anybody, over the -- other than those 12 cases over a decade, of anyone going out and collecting .nformation on u.s. persons and if we find someone doing it, we will hold them accountable, guaranteed. just want to make a point that a lot of private companies in this country have a lot more information on our citizens and what
. the man accused in the shooting in the la airport told police he acted alone. as the f.b.i. looks for a motive details remerging of the suspect and described those who know him as a loaner and we report. >> a photographer snapped this picture of terrified passengers hiding in a stall at la international airport while a gunman opened fire. the suspected shooter, 23-year-old paul ciancia targeted workers at the arport and the first victim hernandez shot repeatedly at point blank range. >> he killed multiple tsa employees. >> reporter: and he shot tsa officer james spear and tony grigsby recovering and the fourth was hit in the leg. moments before the attack police say ciancia's friend dropped him off at the airport unaware of his plan and a complaint filed in federal court said he had a duffel bag with a rifle and at least five magazines full of ammo and a letter addressing tsa directly and former classmates are stunned remembering him as a loaner. >> he was shy and kept to himself and walking around by himself, didn't really talk to anybody at all. >> i'm absolutely shocked. >> re
. now the fbi will reopen the investigation. [ male announcer ] pepcid® presents: the burns family dinner. why would i take one pepcid® when i could take tums® throughout the day when my heartburn comes back? 'cause you only have to take one... [ male announcer ] don't be like the burns. just one pepcid® complete works fast and lasts. smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. help prevent your cravings with nicoderm cq. >>> there is hope the family of georgia teenager kendrick johnson will find justice. the fbi will look at their son's death with fresh eyes. cnn aggressively pursued answers in johnson's death after authorities ruled he died accidentally even though some parts of their investigation didn't add up. cnn's victor blackwell is on the case. >> no justice! >> no peace! >> reporter: after months of rallies and protests the family hopes they will get justice. >> at this time however i am of the opinion a sufficient basis exist
snowden, who is currently hiding in russia. >>> the fbi officially has a new leader tonight. president obama swore in james combmy today at fbi headquarters. the 52-year-old actually began his duties last month when robert muller resigned after 12 years as director. he is well liked by lawmakers. he was confirmed by the senate 93-1. he's a former federal prosecutor and was number two in command at the justice department. >>> in the u.s. senate, majority leader harry reid is promising to bring a gay rights bill to the floor before this thanksgiving. in recent years, the prrallying point has been primarily same-sex marriage but the employment nondiscrimination act or enda, as it's known, would ban discrimination in the workplace. it's been introduced in nearly every congress since 1994. a version was passed by the house in 2007. however, it died in the senate under a threatened veto by then-president george w. bush. at least 55 senators are on the record supporting enda. >>> hours after a federal judge rejected portions of texas' tough new law abortion restrictions, state leaders are bel
that the u.s. attorney here has now asked the fbi to study tonight, from that cold afternoon. 17-year-old kendrick johnson, in the white shirt, walks into a busy high school gym in georgia, and never walks back out. >> it's one step closer to finding out what happened to my son. >> reporter: what happens next wasn't caught on camera. the sheriff, the school system and a state pathologist all say that johnson most likely dropped a shoe into a rolled up gym mat and then suffocated trying to get it out. johnson's family refuses to believe this, and they've now convinced their u.s. attorney to help. >> at this time, i am of the opinion that a sufficient basis exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: the parents hired their own medical examiner who said this was a killing, blunt force trauma to the neck. when they exhumed his body, many of his internal organs were missing. authorities blamed the funeral home. >> it's a tragedy but it's a real life murder mystery. >> reporter: on facebook, johnson'
in publicly for the first time announcing a formal review of the facts with the fbi prepared to help. >> i do this with an open mind neither accepting nor rejecting the opinions of anyone who has previously investigated the circumstances of his death. >> reporter: after an initial autopsy, the sheriffs departments and bureau of investigation including that johnson died of a tragic accident, that he fell head first into an upright mat, reaching for a shoe, got trapped, and couldn't b breathe. >> we believe we conducted a complete and thorough investigation and we stand by that. >> reporter: johnson's family hired a private pathologist to investigate. >> we found the trauma in an area that had not been previously detected or looked at in the first autopsy. >> reporter: now the case is being reopened by federal authorities. >> we know this was not an accident. we know my son was murdered and we are waiting for the truth to come out. >> reporter: and kendrick johnson's family is waiting for local officials to release 1,900 hours of security video from different cameras in the next few days, image
death. >> reporter: now, moore says he if he finds evidence of a possible crime he will press the f.b.i. to investigate but the georgia chief medical examiner is standing by his finding that the death was accidental, saying there is no evidence the teen was murdered. >> pelley: we'll be right back. [ male announcer ] they were some pretty good moves. and the best move of all? having the right partner at your side. take the next step. consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company to be your partner. go long. [ chicken caws ] [ male announcer ] when your favorite food starts a fight, fight back fast with tums. heartburn relief that neutralizes acid on contact and goes to work in seconds. ♪ tum, tum tum tum tums! they're not usually this thin, this light. ♪ they don't let you touch and draw, not like this. ♪ this is not just a tablet. it has a click in keyboard and microsoft office, ♪ this lets you run your favorite apps next to your favorite apps. ♪ this is the new surface. the one device for everything in your life. traffic t
about paul ciancia. the fbi says he was carrying a handwritten letter during his shooting spree. in it he expresses his desire to kill multiple tsa officers. he wrote getting a gun into the airport was seesy. sees -- easy. he opened fire on friday killing a tsa officer and wounding three our people. >> a panel of judges will begin hearing arguments in the bp oil case. last months they threw out a set esetelement. and the supreme court dismissed a appeal by oklahoma to revive a abortion law. it banned drug induced abortionings. the oklahoma court struck it done last year. they are asking the court to reissue a detailed version of their opinion. with the supreme court's dismissal the law researc remair turned. >> isome european union lawmakes say the laws are too soft. in denmark where the bags are taxed their use is down to four baggings pebag -- bags per persh year. they're to set targets for each country to reduce bag use. >> that is terrific. >> they end up in land fills and they don't breakdown and they end up in streams and water ways and estuaries. they kill off marine life
lopez with what turned out to be a replica a-k-47. several agencies are investigating - including the f.b.i. but it's gelhaus' own words that are putting his actions >> in an article he wrote in swat magazine back in november 2008, he said -- "today is the day you may need to kill someone in order to go home. somebody needs to be in charge, so make a decision." >> and in the same article, he said "when you are caught in an ambush, you need to make your decisions immediately and carry them out just as quickly. you need to shut down the bad guys who initiated the ambush so that you can go home." >> hundreds of people are expected to march through downtown santa rosa tuesday afternoon to protest the fatal shooting of a 13-year-old andy lopez by sonoma county sheriff's deputy erick gelhaus last week. santa rosa police are advising motorists to expect traffic congestion on mendocino avenue between downtown santa rosa and the bicentennial way just north of the sheriff's office between noon and 5 p.m. a post on the justice for andy lopez facebook page states one group of marchers will gather at no
hunt in the fbi. live every morning at 7:00 a.m. eastern on c-span. former house speaker tom foley must his bid for reelection in 1994 after he agreed to keep them assault weapons ban even though gun control was unpopular in his district. he was honored at a memorial service at statuary hall by president obama among bill clinton, and his friend and rival, bob michael. he died on october 18. he was 84. [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] [captioning performed by national captioning institute] ladies and gentlemen, please stand for the presentation of the colors, the singing of the national anthem, and the retiring of the colors. >> forward march. >> present. ♪ oh, say, can you see by the dawn's early light, what so proudly we hail'd at the twilight's last gleaming? whose broad stripes and bright stars through the perilous fight o'er the ramparts we watched were so gallantly streaming? and the rockets red glare the bombs bursting in air nightroof through the that our flag was still there. say, does that star-spangled banner yet wave o'er the land of the free brave?
on friday killing a tsa officer and wounding three others. the fbi says the gunman had a handwritten letter outlining his plan to kill multiple tsa officers. and those are your news headlines on the fox business network. now back to dagen and connell. dagen: a great stock market rally this year a bubble in disguise. connell: who is talking about bubbles this year? liz of black rock thing we are in bubble territory. he has a note out there saying it is getting frothy, man. they are seeing massive fund inflows into the stock i have not seen since the year 2000. that is now the debate, are we in double territory? is the market making a screeching u-turn? we know investors are doubling down on cheap money coming into the markets but when you look at the p/e multiple come it looks like the year 2007 and not 1999. it is trading at around 16 times earnings versus 32 back in 1999. we know the third-quarter profits are coming in weeks, not as strong as expected and the revenues are coming in even worse. basically what we're seeing is the company's are cutting costs and buying back stock's but invest
special fbi agent. >> i don't believe this was an accident. i think this young man met with foul play. >> reporter: in september a doj spokesperson said we do not see sufficient indication of a civil rights violation to authorize a civil rights investigation, however, behind this door u.s. attorney michael moore has continued to review the case and will soon announce his decision whether or not there will be a federal criminal investigation. in a statement to cnn in early october moore said this is about getting to the facts and the truth and we want the johnson family and the community of valdosta to have confidence in the process. after nine months, the johnsons say they will not stop until they get an answer, no matter what the u.s. attorney at the sides. how long are you willing to fight? >> until i die. if i take me 'til i die, i'll tight until i die. >> the ruling says the surveillance video and materials should be released. have you seen the video? do we know what it shows? >> we seen a few clips, literally four clips and 20 seconds each and that's generous. thousands of hours
hadn't been down here rallying for 32 weeks for nothing. >> reporter: michael moore called in the fbi to assist his office in the investigation and to get answers to several basic questions in the teen's january death. >> first, what was the cause of mr. johnson's death? second, was mr. johnson's death the result of a crime? third, if mr. johnson's death was the result of a crime, who committed that crime? >> reporter: kendrick's parents never believed the local sheriff's explanation kendrick suffocated after squeezing his 19-inch shoulders into the 14 1/2-inch rolled gym mat opening to reach his shoe in the middle of a school day. they spoke with wolf blitzer moments after the announcement. >> i believe indeed that he was murdered. >> do you have any idea who may have murdered him? >> no, i don't. that's what we want to get down to the truth. >> the only question we want to know is why are they covering up for whoever killed their son. >> reporter: questions to the sheriff's department has made the johnson's suspicion, including why these shoes found yards from kendrick's body were n
. there is a toll free number that is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. >>> he says he told the fbi in 2003 that osama bin laden was hiding in pakistan. he says he got that information from a intelligence official. u.s. officials said a reward will not be paid. >>> new figures show premature births dropped in the united states. the 2012 rate was 11.5%. that is a 15 year low. but it could be as low as 9.6% if prevention measures were widely embraced. the united states ranked 131. landing the u.s. with somalia, turkey and thailand. >>> angry letter turned into a tale of good will. she is a student who works to support herself and after she bought a bike it was stolen. she tapped an angry letter up to the angry bike rack and when people took pictures and posted it it went viral. >> i have been struggling to do this and it was the one nice thing i bought. >> she has gotten offers from several peoples to replace her bike. she is very excited about the nice people offering to help her out. >>> up next a rare sight that couldn't be seen in the bay area and how stanford is honoring a famous alumni.
that irs people have, that f.b.i. people have, that other officials in the government have. they're going to have all of this personal information. so is that going to be subject to fraud? is that going to be subject to identity theft? is that going to be subject to using that information in ways that we never considered in this country? so what we have is not a professional business rollout. we had a political rollout that failed in a huge, huge way. >> because you just said a moment ago that if the president would have told the truth, he would not have been elected. >> he knows he didn't tell the truth. we can say it 7,000 different times. >> the "new york times" says he simply misspoke, mr. johnson. >> he misspoke repeatedly and he knew that this was transformative, that you wouldn't have what you had in the past if you were happy with it. yeah, i guess you'll have some new stuff. but there was always new stuff available under medicaid. there was all a capacity in this country for people to get health care. now we have people that are dying of cancer, as seen in the "wall street journa
.s. attorney here has now asked the fbi to study tonight, from that cold afternoon in january. 17-year-old kendrick johnson, in the white shirt, walks into a busy high school gym in georgia, and never walks back o. >> we are just one step closer to finding out what happened to my son. >> reporter: what happens next wasn't caught on camera. the sheriff, the school system and a state pathologist all say that johnson most likely dropped a show into a rolled up gym mat, and then suffocated trying to get it out. johnson's family refuses to believe this, and they've now convinced their attorney to help. >> at this time, i am of the opinion that a sufficient basis exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: the parents hired their own medical examiner who said this was a killing, blunt force trauma to the neck. when they exhumed his body, many of his internal organs were missing. authorities blamed the funeral home. >> it's a tragedy but it's a real life murder. >> reporter: on facebook, johnson's fathe
if he indicates -- uncovers enough evidence, he will ask the fbi to conduct an investigation. >> reporter: vinita nair, wjz eyewitness news. >> federal prosecutors add, even if they determine johnson's death was a crime, they may not have jurisdiction to pursue the case. >>> convicted sniper, lee boyd malvo is challenging his sentence to life without parole. >> reporter: they argue malvo's petition should be dismissed. he was convicted for his role in the 2002 sniper shootings that killed 10 people and wounded three others. malvo, who was 17 at the time of the killings, argues his life without parole sentence should be dismissed because of a recent supreme court decision, outlawing mandatory life sentences, without parole for juveniles. the virginia attorney general's office, also support a similar challenge in that state. >> malvo's accomplice, john allen muhammad, was sentenced to death and executed in virginia in 2009. >>> as the civil war rages on in syria, an international chemical weapons watch dog group says tacountry has destroyed the equipment used to make chemical w
.s. attorney said if he uncovers enough evidence, he will ask the fbi to conduct an investigation. vinita nair, cbs news. >> federal prosecutors say that even if they determine johnson's death was a crime, they may not have jurisdiction to pursue the case. >> reporter: the man who faces espionage charges in the united states for leaking private information about the nsa has a new job in russia, starting tomorrow. former nsa contractor, edward snowden, will be, -- will be working at one of the largest internet companies. snowden is considered a u.s. fugitive. >>> some cancer survivors get in the spirit of halloween by trick-or-treating at the state house in annapolis. as pat warren reports, the treat they're looking for is funding. >> reporter: arriving in a pink limo, and clutching power purses. cancer survivors, masquerading as trick or treaters, arrive at the state's door step. >> i became a cancer patient in 1997. >> i am ray two-time breast cancer survivor. >> i'm a two-time prest cancer survivor. and my two paternal aunts and paternal grandmother all had breast cancer. >> reporter: they h
.s. attorney, michael moore, opening this federal investigation into this death. very significant. the fbi is now cooperating, according to the u.s. attorney, although he chose his words very carefully. he was very careful not to say which way he was leaning, whether he thought this was a freak accident as the local sheriffs office has said or whether this was a murder like the family says. he says he is just out to answer several questions. first of all, what was kendrick johnson's cause of death. second, was it the result of a crime? if so, who committed that crime? but finally, he also pointed out that he's trying to answer whether this falls under federal jurisdiction and whether if this was a crime, whether it could be tried in federal court.
clarified that, i heard him. >> yeah. but in every press release -- liz: you're right. the fbi's press release points that out. >> but it's ridiculous. they didn't, because i ran into peter donald, one of the chief spokesman, and i'm like, come on, it's $1.2 billion. that means a lot, because he's trying to tell the public, look, we are holding the fat cats responsible, we hit these guys for nearly $2 billion -- liz: but they did. >> they hit them for $1.2. liz: but the 600 million -- >> but he doesn't work for the sec. he works for the attorney for manhattan. now he's trying to say it's somehow connected, it's not. and i think the public, you know, has to -- i mean, here's -- why are we bringing this up? the obama administration is now in this sort of overdrive mode. they're basically telling the public it's holding wall street accountable for its sins, and as you know, following the financial crisis not a single bank, not a single top bank executive really has been, none of them have been indicted or charged. liz: so they're on fox business started e-mailing in on the chime and sayin
an off-duty pilot has been charged with extremely bad behavior with a teenage passenger. the fbi is now involved. all that ahead. >>> but let's get right to sam champion, back from miami. and what's this halloween storm we're talking about? >> here's the deal. since the summer season is over and you get into the holidays that involve people being outside. this is the worst time to get a line of severe storms. and we've got two days of it. whether you're celebrating with your family outdoors today, there's five states under thunderstorm warnings. if it's tomorrow, there are ten states. and on the real halloween day, we're talking about 25 million people in the way of this line of strong to severe storms. so let's just get right to it. in comes this powerful cold front. substantial shift in cold air behind it. the warm, humid air ahead of it. these storms are going to be powerful in dallas, austin, san antonio, oklahoma city. i think the -- probably that area of arkansas into texas is going to be a rough one. take the line of storms into the day tomorrow, and this really fires up. here's
someone's blood end up on the wall in the gym. cnn laid out these facts for former fbi special agent herald copes. >> i don't believe this was an accident. i believe this young man met with foul play. >> and victor blackwell joins me now from macon, georgia. victor, huge news, huge victory for the family who you have been in touch with for months and months. hearing from mrs. johnson she said the only thing she wanted was the truth. for the family, this feels like one step in the right direction, doesn't it? >> it does. they've been waiting and hoping for this federal investigation not just since we started doing this story six months ago, but since his death and since they got that report from the sheriff's office that this was not the result of foul play. that's at least questionable to u.s. attorney michael moore since he decided to open this investigation. there's a couple of sentences in his remarks and i had a copy here today that stand out, brooke. i want it read these two sentences. should sufficient information be warranted to develop a civil rights investigation. oep an civ
skills of the fbi may come to bear on this and this is only a good thing one can imagine. benjamin crump, our thoughts and prayerses to the family and thank you for taking the time. >> thank you for having me. gregg: all right. martha: boy, it is such a strange story. gregg: it is. martha: and to have the reason for death be suffocation in a gym mat seems very implausible. and you know these parents obviously deserve more answers than they have gotten so far. gregg: the u.s. attorney is very skilled and so are the fbi. they may get to the bottom of this. martha: let's hope. a sophisticated drug tunnel running along the u.s. border with mexico. we'll show you what investigators have now found 35 feet underthe ground. gregg: bill o'reilly says president obama's response to the obamacare rollout, is just further proof of a president who refuses to back down from his ideology. we'll debate it. >> he is a committed left-wing man, a person who believes the usa would be a far better place if only we would all listen to him. stick with innovation. stick with power. stick with technology. get the
conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> earlier today a former fbi director of international operations talked about rise of organized crime and difficulty in curtailing it, particularly marijuana trafficking. here are some of his comments to the american bar association national security law forum. again, this happened earlier today. >> you know, the has already committed that organized crime, particularly in latin american countries has been able to make billions trafficking marijuana and other contraband, other drugs and other contraband materials. i don't know really how successful we would be and i would agree about the success that might or might not happen from legalizing marijuana. the example i would use is that when alcohol was legal in the united states you did not have look oh so no stroke involved in any great way. they did gambling, prostitution. their normal knuckle dragging racketeering things but they were not large-scale threats that they became. when prohibition goes into effect it's a bonanza. they make billions. it creates the al capone's and the lucky luciano knows
distinguished law enforcement officials at the fbi, cia, u.s. customs service. the list of prior recipients is in your program, and i think you will agree it is an impressive roster of great americans. tonight, as you heard, we honor leon panetta, who has given much of his life to public service and has left an indelible mark in the fight against terrorism and extremism. history will probably remember him as the director of the central intelligence agency who launched the successful operation to bring osama bin laden to justice. as secretary of defense, he kept his commitment to keep america strong while working to end america's involvement in iraq and transition and exit from afghanistan. under his stewardship, cooperation between the united states and israel to face common and security and defense challenges, deepened and grew to an unprecedented level. leon panetta has been there reaching out to consult with israel on terrorist threats and to ensure israel's military superiority. we are especially proud that his early fact-finding trips to israel was an adl mission in 1991 -- hello -- to
marching believe the shooting was unnecessary and hope to make a change. the fbi now investigating this shooting. >>> right now a check on the halloween forecast. christina loren says perfect for getting all of the candy you can. >> that's right. trying to eat it all at once. that's a bad idea. good morning to you. as you can see here looking really good to start the day. this is from high atop san bruno mountain. looking really clear at this point. as a result all of that sun coming in so early, temperatures are going to be warm. 78 in livermore, 72 santa teresa, 75 in gilroy and 70 straight up in san francisco. trick-or-treating looks good inland, when the sun sets 65 degrees and the sunday outlook tells the story. tomorrow we peak, and drop off into the weekend. let's check your drive. >> good morning. things got wild in the south bay. number of incidents. the worst here is 101, congestion here, we'll look at the maps, talking about north 280 at saratoga a crash and north 101 at mckee causing all of that bottleneck. here very red north toward broadway and sfo through redwood cit
senator rand paul, the republican of kentucky, put a hold on the confirmation of james coupmbe as fbi director because he had questions about drones in the u.s. this is something under senate rules he is able to do, is able to stand in the way of all of these confirmation votes. the real question is whether senator reid could get the votes needed to get past it and whether these witnesses that senator graham wants to hear from are going to be produced. >> he said this on "fox and frie friends" yesterday morning, so there's been 20-odd hours or so for people to react to this on capitol hill. >> so far, we haven't heard from senate majority leader harry reid about this. the white house has said this is a political move. they've acknowledged there wasn't enough security in benghazi. the white house arging all along when it comes to these confirmation proess is to allow a vote for these nominees to go forward and not be blocked for political reasons. but the fact of the matter is, senator graham has the power to do this under the rules of the senate. this one senator can stand in the way
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